I gave my heart to a simple chord.

I fell in love with the sweet sensation
I gave my heart to a simple chord
I gave my soul to a new religion
Whatever happened to you?
Whatever happened to our rock’n’roll?
Whatever happened to my rock’n’roll?

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, friday night at Sasazu. They came, started and played like a real rocknroll band and it would be enough for the money and my expectations. But Whatever Happened To My Rock & Roll and Six Barrel Shotgun i.e. weren’t played, they were fired from a dozen barrel shotgun and despite scattered audience in quantity of approx. 300 it seemed that all targets were hit. Final encore ballad was a dramaturgical masterpiece. Good and extensive playlist of great songs, amazing guitar and bass gear, impressive yet minimalistic guitar techniques, good sound and all the biggest hits (except Stop) created an event you won’t forget. The audience gave kindly the energy back and together with a real band created an atmosphere you would like to see more often in Zombieland. Only thing I regret is the idiotic size of M T-shirt I bought there. I forgot they are from U.S.

B.R.M.C. – Whatever Happened To My Rock n’ Roll

B.R.M.C. – Spread Your Love

And here’s one from history. An Oskar commercial I shot with director David Slade back at Kaspen six years ago on location in South Africa and Prague. Music: B.R.M.C. – Stop

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